The read on the train from Sheffield to Nottingham, and Nottingham to Sheffield, last week was Mark Curtis’s ‘Web of Deceit’. It would also seem to complement the current theme of my having to catch up on yesterday’s news because of my being so busy. The book covers old ground and, therefore, contains no surprises. However, that in itself is the surprise, because when we review the crimes and misdemeanours, of good old Blighty, “not so”, PLC, we are left in no doubt, that many of the actors belong behind bars for war crimes. It refreshes, it hits home!
Anthony Charles Lynton Blair is certainly on of those who should be locked up for a long, long, time. Unfortunately, while we can throw academic caution to the wind when it comes to that hypothesis, the rag-tagged, gobblydegook, mainstream press continues shamelessly with its weird narrative and there was me reading an article in a hard copy of the Guardian where some silly “journalist” informed us that Tony is an older and wiser man and that he might even be ready to become Prime Minister again and, wait for it, he might even make a better Prime Minister. They really don’t get it, do they?
This man is a war criminal and not only that for, as Craig Murray points out, he “brought a total absence of genuine political belief to the Labour Party,” while adding, “tomorrow (11th of July at the time of writing) he makes his Labour Party comeback speech at Highbury – to a closed £120 a ticket dinner.” Nottingham’s ‘Lee Rosy’s Tea’ becomes reminiscent of Orwell’s ‘Chestnut Tree Cafe’, …. or not, for in head in the sand Blighty, there are those who are still loyal to the principles and who are not quite ready to sell out. Now, let’s get Anthony Charles Lynton Blair in the dock.